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Today on In Case You Missed It: We are covering the drone guideline news from the FAA the only way we know how: With some silly videos and real ones as well, like the Google X delivery test video-- all to warn you all that UAV regulations are finally coming. A new Kickstarter for a toy insect robot comes with origami-like assembly, to teach kids about coding and engineering. And Ohio’s Case Western Reserve University have electronically bridged a gap between a paralysed person’s spinal column and arms using brain wave sensors.
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